Well there ya go..

One week ago today, I had a daddy. Today I have a daddy who is in heaven or in a better place. I hope that he's in a better place. I've been dealing with the thought of heaven and hell, a good place a bad place. An ever after, or just gone. I don't know what I believe. But I do believe that dad is free of pain, hurt and anguish. The last 14 months we have dealt with so much. We have watched dad go from a very strong and vibrant person to a strong spirit and a very weak body. It has hurt so much to watch him be destroyed by a disease that should and could be stopped.

1 in 2 people will get Cancer; 1 in 4 will DIE from cancer.
That is so not cool.

That is the reason for this blog. This is the reason I am biking
200 + Kilometers over 2 days in June. This statistic is horrendous. I am just one small person in a sea of many but I feel strongly that I can make a difference. We can make a difference. I promise to do the hard part. Its my legs and my butt.

Training resumes tomorrow. Because WE have

Bring on the BIKE!

1 comment:

RefreshMom said...

I'm very sorry for the loss of your dad. My DH lost his mother to cancer when he was 23 (she was the age I am now, and I have boys only 3 and 6). May you find peace and comfort in the days ahead and strength for your fight against cancer.


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